December is rather quiet when it comes to video games, so when something as precious as Trine 2 is released, there is about every reason to get excited. One, because Frozenbyte's title looks absolutely gorgeous. Two, because this new adventure can finally be shared with friends. With more puzzles based on physics, platform and combat, this sequel should please the fans and convince those who had missed the first episode. Add to that the fact that it will only cost you $14.99 (12.99€) to acquire the PC version, a real bargain considering the overall quality of the game. Here are two videos in 1080p and 60 fps to prove our point, PC version obviously (note that the minor slowdowns you might see are due to Fraps). Update: Added two gameplay videos.
So I see new KojiPro doesn't send uncompressed press kit videos to you guys like Konami used to? (10 minutes ago)
@Melmoth ;) Current status (Moonwalker might like this ) [url] (7 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: that is one impressive engine. Didn't it also run until dawn, and soon a massive open world game. (8 Hours ago)
The only bad thing is that now I'm dying to play Crash Bandicoot. I didn't notice the sounds the first time, but from the second onwards they hit me so hard with nostalgia. Those are great games. (9 Hours ago)
Just watched PSX 2016 for the 4th time, reactions from the Easy Allies and Kinda Funny guys. It was such an unbelievably amazing show that just gets better after each rewatching. Congrats to Sony! (9 Hours ago)